Japan's Dentsu has agreed to buy UK-listed advertising agency Aegis for £3.2bn in cash.
The city may look spotless, but behind the scenes, Beijing has a growing problem with trash. The FT's Leslie Hook visits landfill sites, recycling centres and an incineration plant to take a look at how the city is coping with its ever increasing quantity of rubbish
News Corp has drawn up plans to split into two businesses, separating its entertainment assets from its publishing arm. Lex's Stuart Kirk and Vincent Boland discuss whether News Corp is repositioning itself to make another move for BSkyB. For more commentary from the Lex team, visit http://www.ft.com/lex
http://www.FT.com/ The oil price has fallen 30 per cent, from $125 in March to $90 now, with the price of Brent crude hitting an 18-month low last week. Javier Blas, commodities editor, tells John Authers, senior investment columnist, that the falling price isn't a bubble bursting - the market is simply rebalancing
http://www.FT.com/ Spain's borrowing costs rose to a euro-era high, just 10 days after the €100bn bailout of the country's banks. Professor Alfredo Pastor, a former secretary of state for economics in the Spanish ministry of finance, tells the FT's Martin Sandbu that the bailout failed to improve things substantially. For more FT video content, visit the Financial Times video page at: http://www.ft.com/video
http://www.FT.com/ Benoît Battistelli, president of the European Patent Office, talks to the FT's James Shotter in Copenhagen about the Inventor of the Year Awards 2012 and his hopes that a dispute over a permanent home for the European Patent Court will soon be settled. For more information visit: http://www.ft.com/reports/engineering-2012 For more FT video content, visit the Financial Times video page at: http://www.ft.com/video
http://www.FT.com/ Student Syrza supporters talk about their anger with mainstream politicians, the bleak outlook for jobs and why Greece should stay in the euro. For more FT video content, visit the Financial Times video page at: http://www.ft.com/video
http://www.FT.com/ In an in-depth interview Sir Philip Hampton, chairman of the Royal Bank of Scotland, discusses his plans for the battered bank's recovery after the financial crisis.
http://www.FT.com/ Simeon Kerr explores a Gulf state that is trying to become more than just a tax-free destination.
http://www.FT.com/ As Moody's downgrades 16 Spanish banks, Miles Johnson, Madrid correspondent, reports on how the people of Spain are resigned to the news and whether the problems in the Spanish banking sector point to a wider eurozone banking crisis. For more video content from the FT, visit the Financial Times video page at: http://www.ft.com/video